Project MIGAPE: Work Package 3: Results of the Dynamic Simulations for Switzerland, Deliverable D4.1/D4.2 of the MIGAPE project. Version 01/04/2020. ( No. 1): University of Liechtenstein

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Kirn, T., & Baumann, N. (2021). Project MIGAPE: Work Package 3: Results of the Dynamic Simulations for Switzerland, Deliverable D4.1/D4.2 of the MIGAPE project. Version 01/04/2020. ( No. 1): University of Liechtenstein ( No. 2): University of Liechtenstein.

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The Gender Pension Gap (GPG) measures the relative difference between the retirement income of women and men. The gender pension gap is usually much higher than the gender pay gap, since the income differences between the sexes and gendered behaviour (prevalence of part-time work, leaves due to care obligations, sectoral segregation) add up. In addition to the pay gap and the impact of gendered behaviour affect redistributive elements of pension systems the gender pension gap. As a result, the relation between the earnings gap and differences in labour market participation on the GPG is not linear. In this report, we present projections of the GPG in Switzerland, using the dynamic microsimulation model MIDAS-CH. The MIDAS-CH model used for this report, is a first version and is was newly developed in the context of MIGAPE.

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  • Center für Volkswirtschaftslehre

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